University Entrance through a Tip School in Cambodia
It’s that time when things get a bit hectic in the lead up to the new school year in Australia! Some of the things whirling around in my mind: the logistics of having four primary school aged kids going to three different schools, buying iPads, wondering if my kindy kid who goes on alternate Wednesdays starts next Wednesday or not, being at home alone for the first time as an adult because my baby will be in kindy, wondering if I’m normal because I don’t feel sad in the slightest, and should I be concerned that I’m overflowing with joy because this day has almost arrived!? I’m sure a lot of mums have a lot on their mind at the moment and it can be stressful!
School in Cambodia
I’ve just come back from Cambodia to see the incredible work of World Vision in the field, and I can’t help but think about a school I visited while I was there. The school was located on a rubbish tip, and run by volunteers. It was run by Mr B, a local teacher and father of two, who was passionate about transforming his community. The classroom was actually Mr B’s father-in-law’s house. There were many poor families in the area, drug addiction, violence, and yet somehow Mr B’s school was the gateway for three young people to attend university so far! Read More